2007 Gold Ink Awards
Winners of the 2007 Gold Ink Awards will be honored at The Gold Ink Awards and Hall of Fame Banquet on Monday, Sept. 10 at McCormick Place, Chicago, during Graph Expo.
The staff of Book Business magazine would like to extend its congratulations to the many printers and publishers who were recognized for their fine work in this year’s competition, and to thank the judges and all the entrants who have made the 20-year-old Gold Ink Awards North America’s most prestigious print competition. BB—Matt Steinmetz
For a complete listing of 2007 Gold Ink Awards winners, visit www.GoldInk.com
Meet This Year’s Gold Ink Awards Judges
Laurence Bach is a professor and former chairman of the graphic design department at Philadelphia’s University of the Arts, where he has been employed since 1996. Prior to that, he served as a professor and former chairman of the graphic design department for the State University of New York at Purchase. He previously worked at the Moore College of Art.
Greg Captain was named to head and expand The New Yorker Imaging Center in 1995, and has been at the helm through the consolidation of the various Condé Nast locations into the company’s new building at 4 Times Square. The new facility he designed brought The New Yorker Imaging Center to a 100-percent digital capability and into the world of CTP and digital proofing. He works closely with The New Yorker’s printer, RR Donnelley, and with various sheet-fed web printers and book publishers around the world that do business with Condé Nast Publications.
Jane Chero is vice president of production at North American Publishing Co. (NAPCO). She oversees the daily operations and digital workflow for all printed collateral materials, magazines, directories and custom-publishing projects. Chero also manages the production and electronic pre-media departments, and handles all print buying for the company. In addition, she sits on the editorial advisory board for Publishing Executive magazine and has 20 years of experience in the graphic arts industry.